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You can expect the results of the treatment to last for quite some time, depending on how you live. REMEMBER that no treatments can replacehealthy lifestyleandtaking care of your body!!! However, the combination of any therapy with a healthy diet and lifestyle even morewill maximize your results.


See tips on howfixhome-made effects:

Exercise, walk, swim, do yoga, or do any activity that requires you to move your legs.

If you spend many hours sitting, get up at least once an hour and change your position frequently.

Do not wear tight clothes, replace them with comfortable ones to avoid swelling.

Drink as much water as possible, it is recommended to drink 1.5L per day. The more water we drink, the more we help the lymphatic system and the whole body. We flush out toxins, irrigate tissues.

Drink herbs and teas that support lymph:

yellow melilot, yarrow, common nettle, meadow clover, bedweed, cornflower, astragalus, horsetail, dandelion, lemongrass, raspberry, burdock, devil's claw, calendula.

Eat foods that support lymph and blood circulation:

ginger, turmeric, garlic, lemon, grapefruit, lime and other citrus fruits, red pepper, parsley, blackcurrant, wild rose, cruciferous vegetables, apples, cranberries, blueberries, asparagus

Eat foods rich in minerals and vitamins, such as vegetables and fruits, cereals (oatmeal or rice), potatoes, soybeans or other legumes.

Watch out for too much salt in your food.

Replace snacking with green vegetable and fruit cocktails.

Avoiding caffeinealcoholcigarettes and other toxins will further support your overall performance and your body's natural processes.

Rest and elevate your legs daily to avoid fluid retention.

Shower. After bathing, take a cold shower on your legs to aid circulation and prevent fluid retention.

Bath. Add Epsom salt to your bath.

Massage with a dry brush from the extremities towards the heart.

think aboutfoot reflexology.

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